NJ School District Tries a Virtual School Day
One New Jersey school district is having students log on for a “virtual school day” in an experiment that could alter the meaning of snow days, The Record reports.
Bergen County’s Pascack Valley Regional High School District officials tell The Record that Thursday’s experiment is possible because all students at its two schools are issued laptops.
While students won’t be on campus, they are expected to log in, complete assignments found on teachers’ web sites and communicate with teachers throughout the day.
The state Education Department will evaluate how the day went to decide whether to count the day as an official one for the district.
If it doesn’t, students will have to make up a day during spring break.
- ‘Virtual school’ in session today for Pascack Valley Regional High School District/The Record
- Pascack Valley Regional High School District to hold virtual class on snow day; officials hoping to avoid a make-up day / News 12 New Jersey
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